Randy Lee Frederick

December 7, 1954October 27, 2018

Randy Lee Frederick was born on December 7, 1954 in Sandusky, Ohio and passed away on October 27, 2018 in Weston, Florida.


  • Wendy Santos, Sister
  • Michelle Miller, Sister
  • Donald Frederick, Brother


  • Gathering Time Saturday, November 17, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Service Saturday, November 17, 2018
  • Reception Saturday, November 17, 2018

Randy Lee Frederick

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Robin Dvorshak

January 17, 2019

Hi Randall
Thinking about you. I think about you everyday. It’s 3:00pm and usually we would have our phone calls. Laughing , talking about everything. It’s so hard not hearing your voice, hearing you laugh, seeing your face.
Miss you everyday.


Robin Dvorshak

November 18, 2018

Hi Randall
We had your service and it was beautiful. All your friends and family were there. We talked about all the good times and all the times you made us laugh. Come your birthday I will be sending you a balloon so keep an eye out for it.
I am going to miss you so much. Forever in my heart and always on my mind.


Dan Bembas

November 16, 2018

My family and I are very saddened to hear of Randy's passing. the world lost another great person. I will forever have a different feeling when December 7 comes around each year, even while I write this my emotions are bringing tears to my eyes. From the time I met him at the district offices, had the pleasure to be his roommate, my best man at my wedding ! he was always there to help ! so many great memories I cant list them all. but I will mention when someone tried to steal his trans am from his parking space at home. he heard the car start and bolted down those stairs at his condo and jumped on the hood of the car while it was moving, stating to the thief( I'm not letting go stop the car and get out, I just want my car !!!!) Randy hung on for a 1/4 mile and got his car back. he will be forever missed. we were so lucky to be a part of his life ! we love you forever Dan, Lisa , Ashley ,Heather ,and Elizabeth

Theresa Jones

November 12, 2018

Randy, such a kind soul and a true friend. I've always enjoyed our laughs and I could make you laugh!! Rest in peace my friend, and keep laughing.

David Bembas

November 12, 2018

As everyone close to Randy knows and has said, he may have been a little stubborn but had a heart of gold. He was family, friend, mentor , and just a positive influence on my life for so many years.

Some memorible moments I will never forget and there were so many:
As kids we used to hang out at his place. I used to go over there all the time and he reached a point he kept getting tired of opening the door and made me make a key. 30 plus years later still have and used that same key. When I travel to south Florida , I couldn’t wait to see him and spend time.

Randy was huge Dolphin fan and we were able to persuade him to come to the Colts Dolphin game box seats 50 yard line Orange Bowl. A couple of us got a little rowdy and ended up getting kicked out almost. When game ended and we drove home, he was upset with us. When we turned on news later, we were all being featured as out of control and he said with a loud uproar, “I will never ever go to game with you guys again.” He had a few choice words and that was his last Dolphin game he ever attended.

I will forever miss spending time with him talking sports, politics, and just life in general. He will be sadly missed forever and for me Florida will never be the same without him. Rest in Peace my friend!

Heather Santos

November 10, 2018

My Dear Uncle Randy,
Where do I begin. Over the past 41 years you have been an amazing part of my life that i will never forget . We had lots of good times and memories at family gatherings, but most of all when you would come over to mom's house on Saturday nights for dinner to hangout those memories for me were the BEST!!!! Lots of laughs and fun times.
My Uncle Randy will always hold a beautiful memory, dearer then gold Of a Uncle whose worth can never
be told. There's a place in my heart no one can fill I miss you Uncle Randy, and always will. Uncle Randy in you I see a friend, Who's there through thick and thin, and a mentor who always teaches how to win. You are like a dad who cares And a brother who protects, You are an Uncle Who is the most perfect in the world!!!
I Love You,

Wendy Santos

November 9, 2018

Rand My big brother and best friend, I will miss you dearly. Over our lifetime we went many places, took many trips and spent the holidays together. We had lots of fun, and made lots of memories in which I will always cherish. Like the time we went to the casino and the first quarter you put into the machine and won $135 dollars only you could be so lucky. Or our trip to Bimini on a boat and had boat trouble and took around 8 hours to get there. You slept with your sunglasses on and when we got there you looked like a raccoon. Your face was so red and you had two big white circles a round your eyes, you looked so funny it made us all laugh.
I will miss our phone calls, you were always there to listen and give your advice and support when I needed you. I will still talk to you everyday for I know you can hear me. My thoughts and memories of you and all the good times we had together in our lives as brother and sister will live forever. You will always have a special place in my heart. You may be gone but will never be forgotten. Love you to the moon and back big brother. Will see you again one day. Your little sister wendy

Theresa Jones

November 7, 2018

Randy, a good friend with a big heart and a kind soul. Always on the job. But when we all got together it was always a good time. And I could akways make you laugh!! Rest in peace my friend, and keep smiling.

Katey & Cory Selchan

November 5, 2018

We all met while working at the District Offices. We had some great times back in the early years. Going and hanging out at Penrod’s on the beach, listening to music, just having a good time.
Randy was a friend to us both. As time went on, some of our paths in life took us different ways, so while some of us were lucky enough to still see him often, others were not able to do so.
Randy was a kind and gentle person to all who took the time to know him. Now, he belongs to a place that is kind, a place away from all the hassles and cruelty of this world. No more suffering, pain or injustice to endure.
We will miss you, Randy. God Bless you and the friends and family left behind. "For he once walked this earth, he now walks in heaven." - Cory & Katey Selchan

Curtis Dwiggins

November 5, 2018

Where do I begin. To say I enjoyed his company at work is an understatement. He was always up for a good laugh, a good story or memory. I wish we had more time. Take care"Randolf"